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ECHO

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Meet Echo a lively loving boy who adores a cuddle, due to him being excitable we think that a home with no other dogs or children would be the best for him. Echo is still only young and we would advise training classes to help him with his basic training. If you think you have the time to give this boy a loving home come and meet him.


Why I'm special

Echo is desperate to find a loving new forever home where he can get lots of attention and cuddles! Echo is a friendly chap who loves to play and be out and about so being stuck in kennels isn't the life he wants to be living especially being such a young and outgoing boy. Echo would love to be given the chance to make someone a loving new family pet. 

My personality

  • You'll need to take me to training classes
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I can be left alone for short periods
  • I'd prefer to be the only dog in a home
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm always on the go
  • I love fuss and attention

About Me

Breed: Dalmatian crossbreed
Colour: Black and white
Age: 1 Year (approx)

Contact the centre or branch about me:

RSPCA Staffordshire North Branch

01782 551515

We rehome cats, dogs and rabbits

About Me

Breed: Dalmatian crossbreed
Colour: Black and white
Age: 1 Year (approx)

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